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Daughter of Horror
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Daughter of Horror 1955

The Gamine (Adrienne Barrett) wakens on a dark night in a city of the Damned. Dressed like a beat chick from pre- rock'n roll days (except for an attention-getting medallion), she takes a switchblade from her dresser and starts out on the town. She witnesses an arrest for wife-beating, sees some winos and is accosted by a midget newsboy (Angelo Rossito) who hawks a paper with a prophetic headline about a murder. A pimp finally gets the Gamine's attention and sets her up with a porcine Rich Man (Bruno ve Sota) in a chaufeurred black car. He takes her to a series of nightclubs, and then to his highrise apartment in a building with an enormous staircase. There she watches him eat a greasy meal of chicken. When he makes advances, the Gamine defends herself ... or is she attacking? This is no ordinary night, for from this moment on events and perceptions no longer have even the pretense of reality ... as the Gamin enters a nightmare of murder and mutilation.

Release Date:December 22nd, 1955
Running Time:61 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsJohn Parker
Written By:
No image existsJohn Parker
No image existsBruno VeSota
No image existsEd McMahon

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Daughter of Horror Movie Review by Movie Addict (3/14/2008)

I watched Daughter of Horror, not the original version called Dementia. Of course the newer version has a voice over by Ed McMahon of Star search/Johnny Carson fame. Dementia had no voice over.

Neither film had dialog. The only thing you heard was the music of George Antheil. You watched as the faces of the actors gave...

(complete Daughter of Horror review by Movie Addict)

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